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A Colorado sheriff’s office responded to the feline corona virus outbreak in a tongue-in-cheek Facebook post, asking the criminals to stop their illegal actions, until further notice.
“We commend you for your anticipated co-operation in the crime-and thanks to all of the criminals ahead of time,” said the post, which was a Monday, the Logan County Sheriff’s Office. “We will update you when you can return to your normal criminal behavior.”
The Puyallup Police Department in the state of Washington, tweeted a similar message on Monday.
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“It is through the local instances of the #COVID-19, THE ONE asking all of the criminal activity, and criminal behavior is to stop it,” the department wrote on its Twitter page. “We would greatly appreciate your co-operation in stopping crime, & give thanks to the criminals in advance. We’ll let you know when you get back to your normal behavior.”
The Hill reported that the Puyallup PD was one of several law enforcement agencies in the country to call on criminals to behave themselves, as a result of the spread of the COVID-19.
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“Sure hope this works,” William McIntosh wrote to the Logan Couty Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.
However, another commenter, Jess Faulkner, who wrote, “a Way to joke about a very serious threat to the region.”
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And J. G. Sowhat left a comment saying he thought the sheriff’s office is offensive and the wrong way to go about things, that is, the creation of an in-joke about the crime, and if they are suppose (sic) to be in the keeping of the law.”